No more backdoor VIP crap. Bainimarama, photographed at Nadi airport, apparently off to Sydney to attend his son Meli's wedding.
Thirty-six-year-old Meli Bainimarama is getting married while he is out on bail, awaiting his trial for Domestic Violence [DV]. You can't make this shit up! Like father, like son. Meli is charged with 17 domestic violence offences, including five charges of assault resulting in bodily harm, stalking, common assault, and destroying or damaging property. The offences took place between February and May of this year in Sydney.
This is not Meli's first DV case. His first wife had also filed a complaint against him for DV, and images showed her black eyed with bruise marks. Social media posts also point to other cases of Meli having beaten up a girlfriend.
They say love is blind, but in this case, with Meli out on bail, awaiting trail for yet another DV offence, the women he is marrying has got to be some special kind of stupid.
Fiji's Election - a summary, By Jon Fraenkel.
Here's a great summary of Fiji's 2022 election, but remember, Fraenkel is the same bugger who said Fiji's 2014 and 2018 elections were Free and Fair, despite the evidence from electoral workers and the Draconian policies that included not having any ballot numbering and restricting any audit of the valid and invalid ballots and counting systems!
Source: Michael Field's facebook post.
December’s election in Fiji was extraordinary.
At several points it looked as if the regime that emerged from the 2006 coup would either win outright (as it looked from the provisional results), or else steal the election.
When the final official results came in, it was 26 seats each in a parliament of 55, with the outcome decided by three seats held by a small indigenous party, SODELPA.
They decided to go with the opposition, but their Management Board split 16:14 over the decision. The Attorney General, & Supervisor of Elections, then forced a revisiting of that decision and several members of the Management Board were ruled ineligible.
At that point, the Police Commissioner (himself a former military officer with a track record of brutality) claimed ‘confirmed reports’ of stones being thrown and that this was evidence of a threat to the ‘minority communities’ (meaning Fiji Indians) in the ‘Southern Division’ (Fiji has no ’Southern’ Division, only a Western, Central, Eastern and Northern Division).
This was used as a pretext for the police commissioner and outgoing Prime Minister and the former military commander Frank Bainimarama to call out the Republic of Fiji Military Forces to ‘assist’ the police in dealing with unrest.
The Attorney-General claimed that the opposition leader Sitiveni Rabuka was fomenting instability. There followed a huge public outcry, by a public accustomed to the use of claimed threats of ‘instability’ to justify coups or clampdowns. No evidence was presented of any such unrest. Many from all communities denounced the politics of fear. An Assistant Police Commissioner resigned.
The tightly policed rerun of the SODELPA Management Board meeting went ahead on 23rd December, with several of the earlier participating representatives excluded, & presumably massive behind-the-scenes efforts at manipulation, but this time the decision went 13:12 again in favour of a coalition with the other two opposition parties.
Parliament sat on Christmas eve, with great uncertainty regarding the outcome going right down to the wire because, of SODELPA’s three MPs, two were known to prefer a coalition with the ruling FijiFirst party [despite the fact that under the FijiFirst strict political party laws going against a decision of the Management Board would entail expulsion and the loss of seats]. In the votes for Speaker, Deputy Speaker and – crucially – Prime Minister, one of the SODELPA MPs did defect, but that was not enough to stop the opposition assuming office by 28:27. Rabuka has been sworn in as Prime Minister, and the new cabinet has also been sworn in. Bainimarama begrudgingly conceded defeat, and on Christmas day the Attorney General flew out of the country. So we have a new government, and an end to 16 years of semi-authoritarian democracy. If it sticks, we also have Fiji’s first ever constitutional transition of power from government to opposition. Fiji still has some way to go, though, before it meets Samuel Huntington’s ‘two turnover’ test of a consolidated democracy.
In the days ahead, we'll probably find out more about last week's behind-the-scenes efforts to manipulate the SODELPA decision and about how close Fiji came to yet another coup. But Fiji could not have survived as a democracy under FijiFirst. Bainimarama won one election, in 2014, by a 59% landslide, but his support withered away to 50.02% in 2018 and further to 45.5% in 2022. Had they stolen the 2022 election, that trend decline would have accelerated.
Fiji has a new elected government in power in what some suggest is the result of a rigged election gone wrong. No matter, the outcome is a good one for Fiji, with the nasty Bainimarama-Khaiyum dictatorship finally removed from power. But we must not forget some key players that helped to make this possible.
A very special “Thank You” goes out to the Commander of the RFMF Major General Ro Jone Kalouniwai who declined to get involved in the electoral process:
Firstly, after the leader of an opposition party had asked him to intervene to oversee a fair ballot count after alleging voting irregularities in the general election.
Secondly: For refusing to send the military into the streets to assist the police with security operations based on a false narrative by the former coup leader and prime minister Frank Bainimarama, and his evil puppet master Sayed-Khaiyum who had lost their parliamentary majority. Bainimarama and Sayed-Khaiyum had attempted to create a false "CRISIS" around concerns of racial tension, that would get the President to establish an interim government with the two dictators in charge once again and then take the nation to new rigged elections. But Kalouniwai refused to play ball.
So, a very special “Thank You” also goes out to those diplomats, academics and people who worked behind the scene to give Kalouniwai the confidence and support to make his stand, not to intervene.
To whomever you are, a big Vinaka Vaka Levu to you all, for all you did in helping to FREE our beloved Fiji from its 17 years of tyranny and dictatorship. We are FREE thanks to your help. Vinaka Vaka Levu.
The rats are fleeing Fiji. Local whispers suggest that Fiji Airways CEO, Fiji Tourism & FDB Chairman and FNPF Board Member Andre Viljoen departed on a 1-way ticket a few days ago on "holiday"..... Other FijiFirst party supporters and crooks are also reported to have left Fiji. And recent photos show the megalomaniac Sayed-Khaiyum has also left fiji.
After 17 years of dictatorship, human rights violations, illegal decrees, and other crimes including insulting the indigenous Fijians in parliament, looting Fiji of over $400 million, land theft, rigged elections, false imprisonment of citizens on trumped-up charges, racism and nepotism, Sayed-Khaiyum gets to just leave Fiji after a newly elected government is in power, Really?
So where is the stop departure order for these crooks! Is the new government being slack, or does it have no intention of apprehending the culprits, lest their own deeds of the past also be exposed in the process.
Fiji's new Coalition PAP, NFP, and Sodelpa government
Here's how the FFP got that extra Vote in Parliament
The image shows the SODELPA Opposition ASERI RADRODRO and his wife, standing with corrupt FFP former AG and former minister for everything Sayed-Khaiyum [middle].
Radrodro is the bugger that voted for the corrupt FFP party with its 26 seats, giving them 27 votes, and against his PAP/ NFP/ SODELPA coalition that won 29 seats, giving them 28 votes.
Hope the two-faced bugger loses his seat in parliament!
It's Official: Fiji has a New Prime Minister!! The Bainimarama Dictatorship is Finally No More!
Congratulations to the New Prime Minister of the Republic of Fiji - Mr Sitiveni Rabuka [on the left], who received 28 votes to 27. [I want to know who that one traitor is]
Fiji is finally FREE and the people rejoice! There is a new elected government in charge of Fiji. This has got to be the best Christmas gift ever!
After 16 years of corruption, mismanagement, nepotism, huge national debt, intimidation, human rights abuse, lies and theft of resources, the Frank Bainimarama Dictatorship run by the megalomaniac Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum is no longer in power. Oh what a feeling!
Scenes in Suva by Barbara Dreaver, the Pacific Correspondent for TVNZ covering the Fiji elections.
Prof Narsey writes, “Prisoner 302”, the just published autobiography by the late Laisenia Qarase, treasonously deposed former Prime Minister of Fiji, confirms the daytime nightmare that decent Fiji citizens are living through today, as a powerful few in SODELPA negotiate with Bainimarama and Khaiyum to form Government.
This book is not written by any nit-picking academic historian, but a decent person telling his truth as he tried to do the right thing by Fiji when called upon.
The book, continues Prof Narsey, confirms in great detail the brutal treatment of many senior persons in Fiji, and the late Qarase himself by Bainimarama and his military thugs.
The book goes a long way in explaining how Fiji has suffered sixteen years of pain as all the fabric of decent law and order has been dismantled by the evil pair of Bainimarama and Khaiyum to suit their ends.
It is therefore a horror story today that SODELPA, the political party that the late Qarase set up (as SDL) is now putting Fiji through a living nightmare by negotiating with the very people who treated the late Prime Minister of Fiji so brutally and have brought Fiji to its knees.
It is a personal living daytime nightmare to me this morning that people who I have personally had such great respect for in the past are today, for their own personal selfish grievances, even contemplating a coalition with Bainimarama and Khaiyum, to give them another four years of strengthening their evil hold on Fiji and further undermining whatever remains of the fabric of decency and rule of law.
If these few in SODELPA lead this small party into coalition with Fiji First Party, the future generations of Fijians who struggle to battle with Fiji’s massive Public Debt and its deepening poverty, will have new demons, villains, and traitors to remember, from their own community.
The demons implementing a “Sunset Clause” on Fijians will not be that evil monster they have been gleefully attacking for sixteen years, but a small group of “itaukei” Fijians themselves, whose names will forever be tarnished in Fiji, undoing all the goodwill generated by their decades of good deeds.
All for what?
This proves a lolly grab by SODELPA, that koco mentality when ending 16 years of dictatorship, oppression, corruption and tyranny is not their objective.
SODELPA is revealing the childish intellect of its leadership, that shows that they do not give a rat about FREEING the people. They are happy for the FijiFirst government to continue its looting and destruction of Fiji's economy, so long as SODELPA gets its bag of lollies.
Their letter suggests that they are like little children, out to grab as many lollies as they can, bugger the people's suffering, and so what about the highest cost of living, the highest levels of poverty, unemployment and looting of resources, fear and intimidation and human rights abuses by the Fijifirst party. So what!! This clearly doesn't concern SODELPA, not according to their wishlist.
If freeing the people was their focus and concern, then they would choose to end the people's 16 years of suffering, and pick PAP/NFP to get Fiji back to true democracy and freedoms, rule of law, human rights, an independent judiciary and a more competently run government and economy. But no. The letter suggests that SODELPA is not focused on the bigger picture, they are more focused on what lollies they can get, instead of freeing the oppressed people of Fiji.
From Grubsheet and private email released by Sashi Singh's Talking Points
This is deeply disturbing for anyone who cares about democracy and the rule of law in Fiji - the SODELPA politician and Hot Bread Queen, Mere Samisoni, revealing that SODELPA has done a deal to keep FijiFirst in office.
Samisoni makes it clear that the prime reason for doing this deal is personal - the disdain by her and the rest of the SODELPA leadership for Sitiveni Rabuka and Lynda Tabuya, the PAP leader and deputy leader respectively who defected from SODELPA to form the People's Alliance.
It is an extraordinarily self indulgent missive, reeking of personal grudge rather than the national interest. For the millionaire Samisoni to have committed this missive to the public record is astonishing. It lays bare the bankruptcy of SODELPA's claim to represent the genuine interests of the iTaukei and reduces the Fijian people to pawns in the party leadership's vendetta against those it perceives to have damaged it.
Mere Samisoni seems utterly oblivious to the central issue in this election - that those who voted for SODELPA did not vote for Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum and Frank Bainimarama but for those they believed, falsely as it happens, would represent their interests and do whatever is necessary and work with whoever is necessary to advance the cause of the iTaukei.
Rather than put the interests of the iTaukei first, the Hot Bread Queen and the High Chief of the Burebasaga Confederacy have put their own interests first - their squalid personal vendetta against Sitiveni Rabuka and people around him like Lynda Tabuya. It is a breathtaking betrayal of the iTaukei cause and every iTaukei is entitled to regard it as such and direct their anger at these self serving and over-privileged individuals.
Grubsheet calls on all SODELPA members to demand from the party leadership that they do their duty to represent their interests, not their own, by withdrawing from this sordid arrangement with Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum and Frank Bainimarama. It is a flagrant betrayal of the interests of the iTaukei and these individuals must be brought to account.
In the case of Ro Teimumu Kepa - assuming that the contents of this letter also represent her opinions as stated - every iTaukei person who belongs to the Burebasaga Confederacy must demand that their High Chief reverse this decision, which is highly damaging to the interests of every iTaukei in the country.
In the case of Mere Samisoni, Grubsheet urges every Fijian to boycott the business that has made her wealthy and has given her the platform to pursue a blatantly personal agenda. BOYCOTT Mere Samsoni's Hot Bread Kitchen outlets and write to her expressing your disgust at this betrayal. It is unprecedented in Fijian political history and an unforgivable breach of her duty to her constituents.
Sashi Singh's Talking Point---
PROFFESSOR WADAN NARSEY WRITES TO SODELPA
While Fiji waits for the formal announcement of the 2022 general elections result, there have been frantic discussions taking place to ensure that SODELPA, does not form an alliance with the FijiFirst Party. In this morning's Episode 49 of SSTP, we played an excerpt of the SODELPA Leader Viliame Gavoka, stating that his party would not join forces with the FijiFirst Party.
The 'horse-trading' is frantically taking place with promises being made to ensure that a government is formed one way and not the other. There have been a number speculations where Deputy Prime Ministership and an Embassy in Jerusalem has been offered to the SODELPA team. Amidst all the negotiations, there are some people who have Fiji at heart and have pleaded for understanding with some of the SODELPA members.
Professor Wadan Narsey has this morning written to three members of the SODELPA Party. SSTP is publishing his letter below. This is a must read for it spells out the issues that SODELPA must face if it is thinking of forming that alliance with the FFP.
One of the recipients responded to Professor Wadan Narsey's letter. Mere Samisoni of the Hot Bread Kitchen fame has responded. Read her response and decide for yourself whether you think it is a done deal between the SODELPA and the FFP.
Do you think that SODELPA owes a duty to it party supporters to not join the FFP?
From: Wadan Narsey <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2022 at 08:24
Subject: Re: Please Please Please
To: Mere Samisoni <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: Ro teimumu Kepa <email@example.com>, Viliame Gavoka <firstname.lastname@example.org>
1. I can understand your personal hurt at what has happened to you these last four years. I have often written to criticise the unfair treatment of Mere in the 2018 Elections, and I have written in praise of Ro Teimumu's great courage at facing up (by herself) to the thugs when the late Mr Qarase was removed during the 2006 coup.
2. However, when I look at massive work needed in so many areas to undo the huge damage that Bainimarama and Khaiyum have done to
- the Constitution and rule of law (the electoral system, the Upper House, the GCC..)
- all the State institutions (judiciary, military police, prisons, PSC, HRADC, FICAC etc)
- all the state enterprises including the FNPF
- the media (FBC, Sun etc.)
3. SODELPA must honestly ask itself: who should you partner with in order to tackle the tasks I list above (and there are far more).
4. With Bai and Khai they have had sixteen years to build up their networks who have been feeding off taxpayers' money. They have too much to lose if SODELP tries to reform them, which I doubt can be done, even if they offer you some lollies to convince you to join them.
5. With PA and NFP,
(a) whatever your reservations about Rabuka (and many thinking people share the same reservations) he will not be able to control his MPs the way Bai (or rather Khaiyum) did.
(b) you can count on Professor Biman and NFP (five strong MPs there) to strengthen SODELPA in negotiations with PAP.
(c) you can count on the many good SODELPA candidates who may not have been elected to Parliament (you only have top 3) but who ought to be called on in the reform tasks I have listed in 2 above.
(d) you can county on the support of the good Donors like Australia and NZ to support you.
(e) Even though it may still be unsafe for me to return to Fiji, you can count on the humble support of a few qase like me here in Melbourne to assist you in SODELPA with objectives I agree with.
(f) I have no influence with Rabuka and no communications (other than his support for Padma to take back the late Brij Lal's ashes to Fiji).
(g) I have been strongly supporting NFP and Biman who is my old USP student and colleague and friend and I have many friends in the NFP.. If you need my help in your negotiations with NFP and Biman, I am happy to help, although he has his own strong views.
(h) I am glad anyway that you are in a position to help form the next Government of Fiji.
(i) I would be so happy if you put aside your deep personal hurt over the years at the shabby treatment you have received and did not deserve.
(j) I will not of course ever forget that Hot Bread Kitchen was principled and brave enough to sell my Vol. 1 books alongside their "daily bread". Mere, you know that you have been immortalized in that book as one of Fiji's great entrepreneurs. I hope you can also become a great Stateswoman.
(k) I am not a fan of the GCC but my personal view is that a certain Chiefly Lady, a genuine chief who bravely stayed to fight the battles when others around her disappeared in 2006. I wrote about her in 2009 on many blogs because of media censorship in Fiji. It is also Reading 67 (p. 198) in my recently released Vol 3. book.
(l) I would be happy to help you in any way I can. I was going to hang up my writing boots had Bai/Khai returned to power.
Loloma and regards
Professor Wadan Narsey--THE RESPONSE FROM MERE SAMISONI
On Sun, 18 Dec 2022 at 7:07 am, Mere Samisoni <email@example.com> wrote:
SLR, Naigama & Lynda joined Sodelpa to kill it.
We took them to Court & won our case. What happened then is the beginning of the process of their demise.
Sodelpa was glad 😀 that they and their lot (Naigama & SLR extreme R philosophy, conservative & patriarchal with Lynda’s extreme L social, labour) left Sodelpa to form their own Party PAP). Their own power, philosophy, principles & greed killed them.
I will never forget in 2018 when we were told that we would be structured by decentralized “Turf Control”, still have my stats for Lami constituency how “the three musketeers stole my votes 🗳️ by sending in the army to do their dirty job without paying my people at 35 polling stations (training, transport & food).
Are these the values we want to teach our children to be team building leaders that serve our voter base & values. I think not.
At least FFP will tell us straight in your face what their manifesto & policies are and we, SODELPA to them. In that open legal & professional process we can negotiate internally through bipartisan process to move forward for a democratic, social & liberal transition process according to Sodeloa mission.
Sorry 😞 Wadan, PAP motives were & is wrong for Team Building Leadership in our beautiful beloved Fiji 🇫🇯.
GOD bless Fiji 🇫🇯.
It's great that the Commander RFMF has responded to the Opposition's request for assistance, saying that the military will not get involved in the electoral processes.
This also means that Qiliho and his corrupt police officers can go about arresting, intimidating and assaulting Opposition members, which they are doing, and there is no one to stop them.
Only PEOPLE POWER can stop the corrupt Bainimarama dictatorship from stealing the elections.
The same Fiji Elections Office Results App Glitch only happens during elections, and always with the opposition leading at the polls. The Results App is stopped because of the "Glitch", then low-and-behold, when the APP is turned back on, the corrupt dictator is miraculously in the lead. This suggests vote rigging because the glitch only occurs when the opposition is leading. And it's not the first time that it's happened.
The opposition needs to unite, and rally their supporters together and fight to defend their vote for a new government. Standing alone only makes them easy targets for Qiliho's corrupt police thugs to pick off one at a time.
Time to stand united, together! For Fiji! Ever Fiji
Prof Wadan Narsey offers an effective course of action for the Opposition Parties.
To ALL Opposition Parties:
Rather than appeal to the Commander to interfere with the Elections processes, I suggest that the Opposition Parties do their own independent verification of the FEO App results as I suggest here (instead of waiting for some MOG verification- which they wont do):
Notice the two steps:
Only in Fiji where the Prime Minister who failed Form 4 [year 10] twice, scoring 16 out of 100 for maths, does a 51 member parliament = 55 winners!!
Fiji Election Office results:
25 seats for FFP at 46.09%,
24 seats for PAP at 43.13%,
6 seats for NFP at 10.78%.
Election day results had also been suspended twice, after the announcement of the provisional results when the opposition was in the lead. Then the tables were turned when counting resumed. What a surprise! Not!
This reeks of vote rigging. Fraud!. Only a fool or a corrupt FijiFirst party supporter would think otherwise!
The first suspension, writes Prof Narsey, was when about 20% of the polling stations had been counted.
PAP had over 43.16%.
Fiji First Party had only about 24.19% of the votes.
NFP had 7.66%
FLP had 8.03%
SDL had 7.43%
Unity Fiji had 5.04%
One or two candidates had unusually large numbers of votes. Very suspicious.
With the corrupt Fiji First Bainimarama Government facing defeat at the next elections, many of their supporters are rumoured to have started sending their loved ones out of the country, prior to the 14 December election day.
A flight out of Fiji is apparently scheduled to leave late on election day, with all seats booked. This means that if Khaiyum's vote rigging fails, or if it doesn't fail, but the Opposition parties find their balls to stand-up, and fight to defend their win and finally remove the Bainimarma govt, then those arrogant and over-confident FFP supporters remaining in Fiji on election night will have a real issue on their hands. They will be facing the full anger and relief of the people who are finally free after 16 years under an oppressive, corrupt and thieving Bainimarama/Khaiyum dictatorship.
Just imagine what all that bottled up anger, resentment and hate would look like when it is finally released after 16 years. It would be a frenzied like moment involving a lot of uncontrolled emotions. All the joy, the anger, the excitement, the painful memories, the tears and the relief all rolled into one massive outburst of energy.
Wow, what form will it take? Street parties, private celebrations, church services and prayers to thank the almighty. I suspect a combination of the lot. But this is just the positive aspect.
What about the negative side? The violence, as people vent their anger? If it happens, then all those remaining corrupt, thieving, FFP supporters had better run to the nearest foreign Embassy or Consulate to seek shelter. Or, as one old man joked through his wide bati lutu smile, "they literally better hitch themselves onto the last flight out".
Here are some interesting Excerpts from Kris Naidu's FB post which many across Fiji will be able to relate to. Bainimarama and Khaiyum's past 16 years of corrupt dictatorship has given them first-hand, front-row seats to the FijiFirst Party's live animal farm and pacific island circus.
Naidu writes, "Politicians Should Be Psychologically Assessed In the social media age.... There is no place for politicians to hide anymore, so faults are inevitably revealed......research shows that people in positions of power can let power literally go to their head.
If our current political leaders seem off, there is a scientific reason why. There is a darker side to many leaders, manifested in character traits such as extreme pride and overconfidence, coupled with a complete contempt for others. These character traits can lead to impulsive and often destructive behaviour.....
Behavioural researchers have determined that people under the influence of power act as though they have suffered a traumatic brain injury....."
And in the case of Bainimarama, Seruiratu and Pu Selai, I strongly suspect that they were born that way! Just look at their behavioural record. Naidu's post is talking about them.
"The traits of Hubris Syndrome", continues Naidu, "befall many who have substantial power over a length of time. Hubris Syndrome is manifested through a variety of symptoms and is set off by a trigger, which is power. Hubristic traits and the Hubris Syndrome appear after the acquisition of power. According to The Atlantic, behavioural researcher Dacher Keltner—a psychology professor at UC Berkeley, Hubris Syndrome is a disorder of the possession of power, particularly power which has been associated with overwhelming success, held for a period of years and with minimal constraint on the leader.
People with Hubris Syndrome suffer the following symptoms:
There are many others across the political spectrum who fit this profile, to a T.
Micheal Fields writes that Fiji has a strong custom of forgiveness - and forgetting. And it is this tradition that Voreqe Bainimarama is exploiting in his latest campaign utterances ahead of December 14’s general election. The Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, directed by one of the minor 2006 coup underlings, Riyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, reports FijiFirst leader reveals name of 2000 coup instigator.
Bainimarama is now attempting to Deflect blame for the 2000 coup on to others, when it was he who ordered the CRW into Parliament to support Speight to overthrow the democratically elected Chaudhry govt. Back in 2000, the bakola Bainimarama deflected blame on to his CRW soldiers who were following his orders, while he pretended to be innocent. Those loyal CRW were arrested, tortured and sent to prison.
This is further proof that Frank Voreqe Bainimarama is a low-down, two-faced, kaisi Bakola who will say and do anything and everything to remain in power.
See HERE to see Michael J Field's article, Bainimarama reinventing Fiji’s coup history, Claims to reveal name of 2000 coup instigator.
Just prior to the 2022 Elections, voters are choosing between two partnerships, writes Professor Narsey.
On one side are the Challengers, Rabuka and Professor Biman Prasad, with their two strong teams promising consultation and co-operations with everyone including the public. On the other side is the entrenched "kutu sebe" pair of corrupt and conniving Bainimarama and Aiyaz Khaiyum. And everyone in Fiji knows full well that Bainimarama is the military dunce who follows the instructions of his "smart kaidia" Khaiyum, like a slave.
What's interesting is that Bainimarama and Khaiyum's relationship has been revealed by John Samy, a former Bainimarama supporter who helped to justify the 2006 treasonous coup with his People's Charter exercise. What a joke! But in 2011 Samy changed sides when he got his marching orders from Bainimarama, or was it really Khaiyum as he reveals in his own book People's Charter.
It's a pity that Samy did not reveal this information a lot earlier, when it might have changed the minds of a lot of Bainimarama supporters and voters.
It's Election Month 14 December 2022, so get out and Vote.
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Fiji's dictator revealed
RFMF BoI report 2000
BoI missing pages
Khaiyum's Final Solution Thesis
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